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Or•kan      m   , -(e)s, -e  
a    hurricane  
der Sturm schwoll zum Orkan an      the storm increased to hurricane force  
b      (fig)   storm  
ein Orkan der Entrüstung brach los      a storm of indignation broke out  
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
ein Orkan der Entrüstung brach los exp.
a storm of indignation broke out

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the storm increased to hurricane force
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"Orkan": examples and translations in context
Seit über 48 Stunden tobt der Orkan. Storm's been hitting us hard now for 48 hours.
Die französischen Behörden reichten nach dem Orkan Xynthia auch einen Antrag auf Inanspruchnahme des Fonds ein. The French authorities also submitted an application to mobilise the fund following storm Xynthia.
Nach dem Orkan war ihr Haus zerstört. After the hurricane, their house was a wreck.
Und dann, plötzlich, erfährt er, dass ein Orkan bevorsteht. And then suddenly, he learns that there's going to be a hurricane.
Und dieser Orkan erreichte mich nach der braven Windstille mit Helena. And that tornado hit me after the nice, gentle calm with Helena.
Über den Orkan musst du mir unbedingt mehr erzählen. You must tell me more about that tornado of yours.
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